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Chavez Jr. Rips Jacobs: He Fought Dirty, Used Head and Elbows!

Talking Stick Resort Arena, Phoenix - In a battle of former middleweight world champions, Daniel Jacobs (36-3, 30 KOs) won by TKO after five rounds, after Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. (51-4-1, 33 KOs) refused to continue after the fifth round was over.

“It was a very good fight. I was getting close but got headbutted above the left eye. Then I had problems because of all the blood. I came over to the corner and couldn’t breathe. He elbowed me, and headbutted me. Very tough fight, I felt I couldn’t go cause I couldn’t breathe properly. The ref wasn’t calling anything," Chavez Jr. said.
 
“I apologize to the fans. I’d love to have a rematch. I got headbutted, he fought a dirty fight, and didn’t even take a point away. He would have been able to continue doing the dirty work.”

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Chavez Jr. was moving forward and pressing the action when the first round began. Chavez Jr. was controlling the action early on, but Jacobs began to let his hands go in the closing moments.

Chavez Jr. was chasing in the second. Jacobs was working a solid jab and landing good shots when the openings were there. Jacobs outboxed Chavez Jr. in the third. Jacobs controlled the fourth and was trading shots with Chavez Jr. in the closing moments.

Chavez was doing well in the fifth round. Jacobs was really letting loose at the end of the round. Once the round ended, Chavez Jr. called over  the referee and indicated some sort of injury was preventing him from fighting any further.

The crowd went nuts, pelting all sorts of items into the ring and appearing close to a dangerous situation.

User Comments and Feedback
Comment by chirorickyp on 12-24-2019

[QUOTE=Boxingfanatic75;20275366]I tip my hat to you sir for being one of the risk takers and employing people! We need more people like you and if the government got out of the way we’d have an economy that’s the envy of…

Comment by vitali1999 on 12-23-2019

[QUOTE=ThatDude44;20270798]Are you kidding? He GETS it from his dad. Papa quit twice against De La Hoya and passed that trait to Jr. Poor Jr.[/QUOTE] Give it a rest. He was well past his prime for De La Renta and had…

Comment by MONGOOSE66 on 12-23-2019

OMG....he stopped due to a bloody nose. His Dad had how many bloody noses? He needs to go away. He doesn’t have the heart for boxing.

Comment by Boxingfanatic75 on 12-23-2019

[QUOTE=chirorickyp;20274604]Can't argue that. The problem is gov't spending and wasting. By the way I make payroll, spend on marketing and take risks and have been doing it for 19 years. I tip my hat to you wisdom and common sense.[/QUOTE]…

Comment by Beercules on 12-22-2019

Man you got punched in the nose and quit :lol1:

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